Ribbon Lacing

Hey everyone, I have a question for you? Have you visited 613 Avenue C yet? Well you should because there is a party going on over there! I tell you folks are playing and trying to win some great prizes so do miss out, just hope right on over!

Additionally, there is a $100 dollar giveaway going on over at
so I would check that out too.  
I tell you there is a party going on all over the place and this ole gal wants a piece of the action and I want to share with my buddies as well.

Now that I've told you about the action going on let me fill you in on a little bit of gossip.  Graphic 45 has a new paper pack being released next month and its called "French Country".  I got a sneak peek and I fell in love with that paper.  It has the warm colors that would work perfectly as a masculine mini album so of course I just had to have it.  The only person I could find taking preorders is Fran of Frantic Stampers, so if you're looking to get it for yourself go give Fran a holla and she'll hook you right on up.

Now, on to my happenings.  If you'd like to learn a few new and neat techniques check out "Natasha" on "Moments of Tranquility".  She has shared several really cool techniques such as ribbon lacing which I decided to give a go.  Check out the result.

Can you see the ribbon lacing? That was not an easy task and I do recommend that if you wear glasses please make sure you wear them when marking your spacing for the holes.

The ribbon is from Michaels and I think the brand is Offray. The flowers are Recollections and the stems I got from the bridal section at Hobby Lobby (on sale for $2..what a deal for me).  The pearls are Recollections and I think the paper was from Tim Holtz "Shabby Chic" paper pack.

Here is a little closer photo of the floral arrangement and you can see the lacing a bit better as well.

The sentiment is one I got from Hobby Lobby and I can't read who it belongs to...it appears to be worn off.  Guess this stamp gets a lot of use.

Below is a better view of what it says.  Eventually I mounted this to a white mat and then adhered that to a Burgundy 6x6 card base.  Unfortunately, I didn't have room on my media card to take any more photos.


I had fun with this and as you can see I even added a little stitching to add just a bit of vintage flair.  I think I'll enter this card in a few challenges below:

2 Sisters Challenge #125 - Anything Goes (Jan 11th)
Kadoodle Doodles Challenge #153- Vintage (Jan 13th)
Papertake Weekly - Anything New (Jan 14th)
Stampin Dragon Designs - Anything Goes (Jan 17th)
Pause Dream Enjoy (PDE) - Use Ribbons (Jan 20th)

Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to click the January Challenge tab above to enter this month's challenge.






8 comments:

Mary J Scrapper said...

That's a very nice card. Love it.

The Gov. said...

Love the ribbon work! Beautiful card! Thanks for joining us on the Kaboodle Doodles Challenge Blog!

Fran said...

Great card , thanks for joining us over at Kaboodle Doodles xx

Cheryl said...

What a beautiful card! I love what you did with the ribbon!!

Thanks for joining us at Kaboodle Doodles this week for our Vintage Challenge.

Kathleen (Kath) B. Hernandez said...

Lovely ribbon and card! Thanks for joining us at Kaboodle Doodles’ “Vintage” Challenge! Happy 2013!!

Kath - Admin
Blog: Creo by Lady Katutz
http://creobyladykatutz.blogspot.com/

craftyeyes said...

lovely creation thanks for sharing with us at 2 sisters this week good luck Tracy x

Ime said...

great card!!! love the ribbon lacing. thanks for joining us at kaboodle doodles

Sheila H said...

The ribbon lacing is beautiful. Thanks for sharing another wonderful technique.

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